# You will prepare and submit a term paper on Advanced Construction of Buildings. Your paper should be a minimum of 1500 words in length.

You will prepare and submit a term paper on Advanced Construction of Buildings. Your paper should be a minimum of 1500 words in length. Since the beam is simply supported at the column, the moment at the column is zero (Steel Construction Institute 2012: 35). In addition, the beam does not move relative to the supports. Therefore, the resultant force is zero (Emmitt and Gorse 2006: 206).

We now do away with the beam and consider the column. We consider only the load acting on the flange (from the beam) and the point load. At the top, the column experiences two types of stress: compressive stress, and tensile stress. The column is expected to experience maximum compressive stress on the flange carrying the beam while maximum tensile stress will be experienced on the flange opposite to the one carrying the beam. This is shown using the figure below, which shows the longitudinal section of the column and the loading. F represents the flange while w represents the web. Reactions at the flange and webs are shown.

As shown in the figure, the column is eccentrically loaded. Moments at any point are zero since the column should resist bending. Further, resultant forces in the vertical direction should be zero since the column should be stable (Dabby and Bedi 2012: 112).

It shall be assumed that the column is resting on an even and uniform ground such that the ground supports the column by exerting reaction on every part of the column depending on the weight of the section (Gorenc et al. 2005: 382). Therefore, the column shall be divided into three components: flanges (2) and the web. The force due to the weight of the components shall be added to the weight due to external loading (shown above).

Substituting equation 10 to equation 9, we get that RFA = -0.10 KN. This implies that the flange will be under tensile stress, which will be resisted by the material tensile strength. However, the tensile stress will be less compared to the top of the column since the weight of the column acts to minimize it.

Considering equation 7, we get that RFB = 52.6 KN implying the flange nearest to the beam will be under compression. This is summarized in the figure below.

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